Popular media playing application Plex announced today that it will stop the Plex Cloud service on 30th November. variety) It was that we had to make a tough decision because of technical problems and costs.
"We made a difficult decision to stop the Plex Cloud service on November 30, 2018," the company said in an e-mail. "We have actively worked on ways to deal with various problems while keeping costs down.We are maintaining a high standard.Unfortunately, as a result of many investigations and considerations, it is reasonable We could not find a solution that could provide a true first step Plex experience to Plex Cloud users at a cost.
Plex's core service always allows you to host content using your own hardware, whether it is a permanently connected computer or a NAS. Plex Cloud announced two years ago used Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Dropbox to host content.
Behind the scenes, Plex transcoded media to the device on the fly using both the cloud storage described above and its own server. However, this caused some technical problems that needed to disable Amazon's cloud service support.
"We are very dissatisfied with the impact of the cloud on happy users, but once you are done, you can concentrate on the mission of improving core functionality, adding new features and content, and providing world class products We can all depend on it and enjoy it. "
Plex recently added features such as podcasts and video to its lineup and began adding Apple TV's latest live TV grid. However, please check this article if you want to run your own server without incurring any expenses.
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